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to the general election season. other candidates barbara boxer, san francisco da hairsis jerry brown who is running for governor. immediately after that event, jerry brown headed to oakland for another rally. in the race for governor, jerry brown now started to answer the campaign of his rival meg whitman. >> he cut waste, budgets were balanced, 4 billion in tax cuts. [ñindiscernibleñ] i am jerry brown, california needs major changes. we have to live within our means, return decision making to the local level and no new taxes without voter approval. >> jerry brown, thenology and know how. whitman responded by calling a misleading renovation of brown's record. president obama used today to push for the creation of new american jobs. he acknowledges the private sector job growth is too modest to bring down the unemployment rate. >> reporter: the resident took the podium in milwaukee. after the passage of the recovery affect nomarch of last year the job's picture steadily improved. since then it has been limping along, raising fears of a double dip recession next year. >> that's why i am
>> protesters are gathered right now outside the mondavi center where jerry brown and meg whitman are set to go face to face in their debate. >> it has been a tense campaign so far with both candidates releasing political ads accusing the other of lying about their records. the most recent field poll but whitman and brown in a tie with many voters still undecided about who will get their vote. tonight, they face off live on tv. ktvu tv is the only station where you can watch it live. >> we take you inside the mondavi center live. >> good evening to our television, radio, and internet audience across this state, and beyond. and also good evening to all of you here at ucdavis at jackson hall at the mondavi center. we welcome to this first debate between these two candidates this year. we would like to again thank everyone for being here, and we would like to please welcome the democratic and republican nominees for the governor of the state of california, jerry brown and meg whitman. [ applause ] [ applause ] >> our questions coming tonight from our panel of three journalists, amy c
until tonight. this time meg whitman and jerry brown looked each other square in the eye and tried to convince a sizeable number of voters that their plan could lead california to a better future. we're live at uc davis tonight where there was plenty of action before the debate began and surprisingly little when it was over. jean? >> reporter: tom, this was the first time brown and whitman laid out their plans to fix california, and their challanger was standing right there to respond. in some cases, to set the record straight. the candidates used their first meeting to define their governing strategy. >> if we are going to change the direction of the state, we're going to have to do it very differently. >> because you don't know how to run a private business, you can run government. >> reporter: whitman said spending a record $19 million of her own money to fund her campaign buys her negotiating power in sacramento, something she says brown won't have because unions are funding his campaign. >> putting jerry brown in charge of negotiating with the labor unions around pensions, aro
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. the u.s. treasury and insurance giant a.i.g. unveiled a plan today to speed up the repayment of more than $100 billion in federal bailout money. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, economic writers louise story of the "new york times" and roben farzad of "bloomberg business week" weigh the pluses and minuses of the deal. >> brown: then, kwame holman looks at the down-to-the-wire scramble as congress pushed to adjourn just weeks ahead of the midterm elections. >> suarez: judy woodruff talks to speaker of the house nancy pelosi about the battle over tax cuts and the stakes for democrats in november. >> our members left congress last night. they are confident that they would return in the majority. >> brown: special correspondent miles o'brien reports on a mississippi community's plan to use stimulus money for mass transit in rural areas. >> suarez: betty ann bowser updates the johnson and johnson story as company executives and the f.d.a. come under fire on capitol hill
to bring down her opponent, jerry brown. brown and clinton butted heads when running for president in 1992. she's ripped the scab off that and got them fighting again. i guess it's good politic. back in a minute with the fighting california. what we cao is arm ourselves for the ones we love with a flu shot from walgreens. ♪ [ coughs ] [ female announcer ] with the most pharmacists certified to immunize... [ sneezes ] ...and walk-ins welcome everyday, we're making it easy for everyone to get their flu shot, no matter how small their motivation may be. ♪ so stop by and get your flu shot today at walgreens. there's a way to stay well. so stop by and get your flu shot today at walgreens. how are you getting to a happier place? running there? dancing there? flying there? how about eating soup to get there? delicious campbell's soups ll you with good nutrition, energy, farm-grown ingredients, and can help you keep a healthy weight. helping you get to a happier place. have a nice trip. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> harry reid still can't shake the tea party challenger. a new
and universities. clean energy promoted. 1.9 million new jobs created. california was working. i'm jerry brown. california needs major changes. we have to live within our means; we have to return power and decision making to the local level-closer to the people and no new taxes without voter approval. jerry brown the knowledge and know-how to get california working again. many people in denver know whether they lost their homes are not have described the last few days this realty. >> those who came back to their shellshocked neighborhood on sunday afternoon, had a new appreciation for what home means. >> it is good to be home. and what we have a home still standing. >> but they look out of scenes and that tempers that appreciation. >> very sad, in my neighborhood. after >> to got a lot worse for us. >> their relief discern replaced by the realization that their neighborhood is for ever been a change. >> if i can barely looked down the hill, i mean it was is almost like, to look at my kitchen window but this usually treat, but it also means those blocking the view. but i will be reminded of it
for a men scheduled to die by lethal injection at san quentin. albert brown was supposed to be the first execution in california in more than four years. but the governor has now delayed it to 9:00 p.m. on thursday allowing extra time for all the legal options to be considered. ann notarangelo is at san quentin this evening. >> reporter: hi, julie. the governor stepped in base said albert greenwood brown has a right to exhaust all appeals. right now it's before the ninth circuit court, before essexecuted. but today he did suffer a setback when another judge in marin county said she would not stop his execution. >>> reporter: in marin county, lawyers representing death row inmates argued about a technicality in the death penalty. said the revised lance ito protocol violates a california law on procedures for new regulations. the 56-year-old brown raped and murdered a 15-year-old southern california girl in 1982. judge adams rejected brown's reprieve and directed the case to the ninth circuit court of appeals. >> mr. brown cannot prove that he will suffer pain if he is executed under the c
of california. >> now on the same stage at the same time for the first time, tonight, brown/whitman fais to fais. >>> live from the university of california davis, this is a commitment 2010 special. tonight's debate is co-sponsored by the sacramento bee, capital public radio, uc davis and kcra 3 where the news comes first. now, from jackson hall. >> good evening to our television, radio, and internet audience all across this state and beyond and also good evening to all of you here at uc davis at jackson hall. we welcome you to this first debate between these two candidates thiss year. we would again like to thank everybody for being here and right now if you will welcome the democratic and republican nominees for governor of the state of california, jerry brown and meg witman. our questions come in tonight from our panel of three journalists, amy chance from the sacramento bee, kevin riggs of k khr-tv in sacramento and marion russ of capital public radio. we should let you know that both campaigns have agreed to keep answers to less than 90 seconds, rebuttal and follow-up answers to less than 3
as this man progresses towards the top floor. >>> jerry brown is now if i believely in campaign mode with eight weeks left until election day. some democrats have been antsy to say the least that brown hadn't responded more aggressively to make whitman's spending and heavy campaign schedule. tracy is live in oakland where brown is speaking to supporters. i'm sure they'll want to know when brown is going to spend some money, tracy? >> reporter: absolutely. we were in fairfield earlier today as brown addressed some of his supporters and now we're here in oakland, his hometown as he spends the remainder of his labor day with some labor unions. all of us are going to see a lot more of jerry brown from now until november at campaign appearances and finally, on television in campaign ads. many, many months after his opponent meg whit man launched a full-on assault against him on the airwaves. gubernatorial candidate jerry brown was received warmly by supporters in fairfield today. >> the campaign, we're working hard. >> reporter: brown finally released his first campaign ad over the weeken
to be executed in two days made a last-minute appeal today to save his life. albert greenwood brown's fate is now in the hands of the federal appeals court. he is seeking a stay of execution, challenging, among other things the drugs used for the execution. kimberly terry is at san quinten tonight with the latest for us. >> reporter: while albert greenwood brown awaits his fate here, his attorneys are working very hard to try to push back his execution, still set for one minute after midnight wednesday. in a last-minute attempt to halt his execution, attorneys for albert greenwood brown are appeal ogg to the ninth circuit court of appeals. it comes after jeremy fogel cleared the way for the execution, scheduled for wednesday. >> the death penalty is here in california. the attorney general has the right to pursue it. the only question is shouldn't we pursue it carefully and through the courts to make sure we're doing it right? >> reporter: in 2006, judge fogel ordered prison officials to overhaul its lethal injection cocktail amid concerns it amounted to cruel and unusual punishment for inmates.
schwarzenegger delayed the execution of a convicted rapist and murderer. albert greenwood brown was scheduled to be put to death athe 12:01 wednesday morning the first execution in california in more than four years but the governor pushed it back to 9:00 p.m. on thursday allowing extra time for all the legal option to be considered. ann notarangelo joins us now with the governor's decision. she tells us the governor's decision comes after a state judge refused to block the execution, right, ann? >> reporter: exactly, right julie. it's unclear what's going to happen with the governor's delay because i was doing some research found that in 2003 the governor did call the death penalty a necessary and effective deterrent. also in 2005, he held a private clemency hearing for stanley tooky williams but he let that execution go on and continue as williams was put to death. but albert greenwood brown appealed today in front of marin county judge and was denied. she said that an execution could continue. >>> reporter: in marin county, lawyers representing death row inmates argued about a technicalit
niños asesinados. >> la republicana meg whitman y jerry brown se enfrentaron hoy. >> ambos candidatos expusieron sus planes. >> meg whitman propone crear empleos en el área de manufactura y jerry brown en áreas verdes . >> meg whitman muy comoda presento su tactica. >> la clave es crear empleos. >> pero jerry brown parece que leyo de unos apuntes y tambiñn quiere acortar los salarios de los legisladores. >> jerry brown utilizo el sentido del humor y en un momento dijo que el no favorecera a los millonarios, molestando a meg whitman . >> jerry brown legalizara a nivel federal. >> pero meg whitman dijo que ella no. >> al final meg whitman se reunio con los periodistas. >> ella dijo que favorecera solo a los empleados documentados. >> esto permitio conocer a whitm >> asi es buenas noches, las reacciones no se hicieron esperar, entre ambos hay mucha diferencia. >> un grupo de profesionales se reunieron para saber las posiciones de meg whitman y jerry brown . >> me molesto que ella noc crea en las ciudades santuarios, cada ciudad puede tener el derecho de recibir a quien quiera. >> meg
executions for the time being, but unless the court rules otherwise, the execution of albert greenwood brown is slated for wednesday. kron 4's dan kerman tells us why and how it will happen. >> reporter: u.s. district judge dan fogel convicted and cleared the way for albert greenwood brown's lethal injection to go forward. the judge said brown failed to show the execution would present a demonstrated risk of veer pain and to reduce the risk -- severe pain and to reduce the risk even further the judge has given brown the option to be injected with a single drug instead of a three drug cocktail now required by the state of california. if brown chooses the one drug option and the state refuses to do that, the execution will be put on hold. brown still has two options to stop the execution. one is with the 9th circuit court of appeals. the other is with marin county superior court. dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> for analysis on the judge's ruling kron 4's jonathan bloom spoke with a law professor who studies the death penalty. >> reporter: law professor abram said the judge's 11 page opinion answer
another death row inmate but they were also arguing on the behalf of brown. brown's attorneys are on the way to the state court of appeals to file another appeal. they already filed one appeal at the 9th court circuit of appeals. the attorneys are arguing for brown today. they are actually representing another death row inmate named sims. brown joined his argument after sims filed his. so over the weekend, albert brown was given a choice of what kind of execution he wanted. one with one drug or one with three drugs. >> mr. brown doesn't have to -- he could have the one-drug lethal -- [ inaudible ] >> there's no authority for them to do that. >> reporter: barring last- minute appeals, alfred brown is scheduled to be executed at 12:00 a.m. wednesday porning. he was sentenced to death back in 1982 for the rape and murder of a riverside girl. according to the district attorney, brown pulled the girl in a drove and strangled her with his own shoelaces. and then brown tormented the girl's family during phone calls saying to them they would never see their daughter again. today -- >>
bastida. albert green wood brown will not be put to death tomorrow, originally scheduled for 12:01 wednesday morning. until thursday at the earliest. he killed and raped a 13-year- old girl, then as they tell us he actually called the victim's mother. >> reporter: that's right. in fact the governor's office is denying tonight that that 45- hour delay has anything to do with the consideration of clemency. instead, the governor's office is telling cbs5 that albert brown's full cash of appeals won't expire until thursday so the execution date has been moved to reflect that. regardless, the family of brown's victim is speaking out tonight saying they have waited three decades so they'll wait another 45 hours to see this convicted killer take his last breath. >> he made the decision to rape and murder my sister so he has to live with the consequences. >> reporter: by phone james jordan recalled how he was just 7 years old when his older sister, susan louise jordan, vanished two days before halloween 1980. nearly 30 years have passed but there is no erasing the painful details. >> i r
>> brown: good evening. i'm geoffrey brown. on the newshour this labor day, we report on president obama's request to congress to approve $50 billion for transportation and infrastructure spending to help create new jobs. and paul solmon examines the eroding cloud organized labor in these economic hard times. >> without the workers, without labor, where would their company be? >> we're ready to continue to operate the facility with our temporary work force. >> brown: then judy woodruff previews the mid-term elections with local public broadcast correspondents in california, nevada, ohio and pennsylvania as campaigning heads into the final eight-week stretch. special correspondent in pakistan details the health and safety dangers facing nearly eight million children in the aftermath of the flood disaster. philanthropy expert s assess the response to pakistani flood relief efforts and wrapping up our series on iraq, fred de sam lazaro reports on the day-to-day difficulties facing iraqis who fled their homeland. >> reporter: seven years after the fall of saddam hussein, perhaps two mi
they mean for the president's plans to boost the economy. >> lehrer: then jeffrey brown talks to tom bearden in chile about rescuing those 33 miners, trapped now for over a month. >> they seem for the most part, those we talked to, in pretty good spirits until you talk to them for a while and then you find out there's a great deal of anxiety and a great deal of concerns for their loved ones. >> ifill: we examine the firestorm surrounding a plan to burn the koran at a church in florida, as general david petraeus warns it could incite violence against american troops. >> lehrer: judy woodruff looks at the web site craigslist and the changes in its adult service's section. >> ifill: and we have an encore profile of one of the most renowned figures in modern dance, judith jamison, who was honored with a tribute at the white house today. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and b
>> brown: good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. sarah shourd, one of three americans held in iran for more than a year, was released and left the country today. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, we talk to two iran watchers, including one once jailed in teheran, about today's release and what it tells us about the regime. >> brown: then margaret warner interviews former british prime minister and united nations envoy tony blair about the newest round of middle east peace talks. >> i find it hard to see if these two political leader s in this context with an american administration pushing for a deal, if we can't get one, i don't know where we go from there. >> ifill: fred de sam lazaro has the story of a jewish entrepreneur working with palestinians and israelis for both peace and profit. >> brown: susan dentzer of "health affairs" and karen tumulty of the "washington post" sort through the latest give- and-take on health care politics. >> ifill: and we sit down with writer and cartoonist austin kleon for a dose of poetry inspired by newspaper prose. >> what i
jerry brown of using the death penalty as a political pawn. the fate of death row inmate will be decided on the fifth floor of the federal courthouse in san jose. that's where attorneys for the state and condemed inmates michael pour rail less and albert brown are pleading their cases. the attorney general's office wants executions to resume on the 29th with the death of convicted murderer and rapist albert brown. >> to go ahead and push these execution dates i think is unfair not just to the condemned inmates, but to those people who really want to know what is happening with the processor. >> the state claims the process has changed. judge as jeremy foggle claimed when he halted executions in 2006. now the execution rooms are bigger and the staff is better trained, but df attorneys don't buy it. >> they seem to have the same procedure with the same people doing it. and we already have been down this road. we have already seen what that means. and that's why mr. brown deserves a stay. >> attorney general and gubernatorial candidate jerry brown is also pushing for capital punishment to
brown. not so close is the campaign spending race between the two. ben tracy tonight has the facts and figures. >> reporter: nobody can accuse met whitman of being cheap. she's flooding the airwaves, attempting to become the next republican governor of california. >> failure has followed him everywhere. >> reporter: the billionaire businesswoman has now spent $119 million of her own money on ads in her campaign operation. >> politics is a tough business. and you have got to tell people why to vote for you. >> hello, how are you? >> >> reporter: her opponent, former california governor jerry brown, has raised just $28 million. >> if she treat the people's money like she treat her own we would really be in big trouble. >> reporter: but when it comes to getting elected, the money is huge. that's because california is so large, candidates are forced to campaign on tv, but with more than a dozen dinner media markets, including expensive ones such as san francisco and here in los angeles, it isn't cheap. in recent weeks, whitman has run nearly 5,000 campaign ads in california's major med
and taunted his victim's mother. now he is scheduled to die. what got albert brown on death row. >> if you were asked what you didn't want to see in the airport this may be it. why men with guns were allowed to walk into san jose's airport. . and an enxpensive side effect of mainliness. the cost of razors. how to get them to last twice as long. >> it's cheap, strong and hats bott a kick. people say they don't remember anything after drinking it. it's so strong dozens of attorney's general including jerry brown are investigating the drink popular with teens looking for a quick buzz. joe vasquez shows you the stunning amount of alcohol, sugar and caffeine in every can. >> reporter: this is 4loco. it's a huge can, 12% alcohol, caffeine. just how much it takes to get one of them, five glasses of beer and a coup of coffee. >> everybody my age drink itself. >> reporter: it's the new popular drink among young people. >> i don't remember. >> reporter: martin said he blacked out after drinking just one last week. >> i had one. if you drink it quick enough that's all it takes. i don't remember a
to consider clemency for albert brown, convicted of killing a 15-year-old girl. there are many hurdles to clear before this execution moves forward. >> the governor's order is only a temporary reprieve for brown. did he not win his argument today on the bigger issue, whether the drugs the state uses is cruel and unusual punishment and whether making brown choose how he wants to die is constitutional. attorneys for albert greenwood brown argued his execution should be put on hold. first offering him a choice between one drug and a three-drug method violated state regulations. >> this is not proper. >> and second that the method might still cause him pain, considered cruel and unusual punishment though it's just been updated to eliminate that argument. the state argued brown was given a choice by order of a judge and lawyers failed to show evidence of possible pain from the three-drug method. >> the judge refused to block the execution based on arguments. >> he has not demonstrated he's likely to prevail at this time. applications will restraint order is denied. >> brown convicted in 198
. >>> in hours meg whitman and jerry brown face off here at uc davis. who will be in the audience and why organizers believe they agreed to debated here first. >>> good afternoon. we begin with some very avenge shu's moments concerning the health of former president jimmy carter. the 85-year-old former president was taken off a flight in cleveland and rushed to the hospital. he has been traveling it to promote his enthusiasm book and became ill on his way to an early afternoon book signing in cleveland. a hospital spokewoman says the problem was be a upset stomach. he is expected to resume his book tour later this week. >>> oakland police are searching for the gunman who opened fire at a home wounding a 6-year-old girl. she was hit boy a bullet while sleeping in bed. it happened around 2:00 a.m. at her house on seminary avenue on east 16th street. this is not the first time this house has been targeted by gunmen. >> four members of the ramirez family were asleep in the back room when the shooting started. >> i was sleeping and then i just heard a lot of guns shooting. >> karen ramirez che
in key primaries around the country yesterday. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight. our political editor david chalian reviews the winners and losers. >> ifill: then, a roundtable of political strategists explains what the results mean for republicans, for democrats and how they will affect who controls congress. >> brown: ray suarez talks to mexican ambassador arturo sarukhan as his country celebrates its bicentennial and fights an all-out war against drug-trafficking. >> as mexico seeks to shut down the flow of drugs moving north, the united states needs to step up to the plate and shut down the flow of weapons and cache moving >> ifill: plus, jose luis sierra of new america media reports on how the drug war has affected the tourism and manufacturing industries in the mexican state of baja california. >> we want to get back to getting people to think about mexico as fun in the sun and margaritaville and those types of things and stop associating mexico with blood and violence. >> brown: global post's suzanna koster reports from pakistan on an islamic charity provi
for governor less than an hour to go now before candidates meg whitman and jerry brown go face to face for the first time. the stage is set for debate at uc davis' mondabe center. and we have what's happening inside and outside of the center, ken. >> reporter: right now we are outside the mondave center, right now you are seeing people who are lined up ready to enter into the debate hall. there are also people, this debate starts at 6:00, there are the people who want their voices heard. we have people, it's the area of dominated by supporters of jerry brown. a lot of democratic supporters here are expecting some of the campus republicans to make their way here shortly. that also here, mixed into this quad of supporters and protesters were candidates left out of tonight's debate and students who wanted to make it clear that education should be a key topic of tonight's discussion. >> if this is a democracy they should have the other candidate. the other third party candidate who represents various opinions of issues. >> we want to make sure they bring forward all the issues. not a lot h
that ruling. both jerry brown and the governor don't plan to appeal. >>> the san carlos city council will hold a special meeting an hour from now to discuss contracting out the city's police services to the san mateo sheriff's department. it would save the city about $2 million a year, police officers would not lose their jobs, they would transfer to the sheriff's office. the san carlos police building would become a substation and it would be managed by the police chief who would become a sheriff's captain. >>> the alameda fire chief who was photographed filling up his personal car with city gasoline last month today was placed on administrative leave. city leaders are not saying why, and whether the gasoline issue played a role at the time chief david kapler said he was essentially on call 24 hours a day, so the gas was part of his compensation agreement. alameda's mayor and city manager will say only that it's a personnel issue. kapler was the subject of a no confidence vote by firefighters last year. >>> still ahead at 5:00, how clean is your kitchen? the surprising dish on where you cook.
, the gubernatorial and the u.s. senate race in addition to races gearing up. we saw jerry brown out there finally kicking off his campaign before hundreds of labor people, labor is going to be very important to him. but boy, he and meg whitman going at it with ads. the ads are all about how -- what was gerry brown like as governor. she's got the ads out there. he has an ad with bill clinton. >> she does. >> she does, yes. it is now joined and you're going to start seeing debate. it's going to be i think a lively campaign. >> carla, meg whitman spent a lot of money over the summer leading up to labor day and jerry brown launched his first ad. what's he doing this weekend? is he coming in swinging? >> this is sort of i have to say getting to be a point of concern for some democrats in that meg whitmans that infrastructure that a presidential campaign has in california. she's got every -- in every area, offices open. she's got her constituent groups, african-americans for whitman, latinos, jews for whitman. jerry brown is kicking this off. we did talk to some democrats who said she has been fundrais
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